Do you prefer the look, the uniqueness or the quality of designer childrens clothes, but don’t want to pay designer prices?
You’re in luck!
Here’s how to find designer childrens clothes at non-designer prices:
1. Check close-out stores. Make it a point to shop (often) at well-known close-out stores like TJ Maxx, Marshall’s and Burlington Coat Factory. Just like for your own clothing, shopping at close-out stores can sometimes be a gamble, but you can sometimes luck out here with designer childrens clothes, believe it or not!
2. Consignment stores (for adults). They’re not only for “previously worn” clothing either. Know your local consignment shops and their regular inventory. A nearby local consignment shop near me often carries brand new closeouts from a few local designer brands, like Lilly Pulitzer. Teens and tweens can have a field day scouring the racks for designer brands on a budget here.
3. Thrift stores. Your odds may start decreasing a little here, but you can still happen upon a great deal at local thrift stores, too.
4. Online closeout sites. Check for sales on sites like Zulily, which regularly runs deals on designer childrens clothes. Get your credit cards ready, though. Sales on the most popular designer brands can move quickly – with sizes selling out. Still, it’s worth a try to put your order in. I know plenty of people who have scored some great deals here!
5. Ebay. Here’s a great way to scour the latest inventory for your favorite designer brands. If you find a seller you like, be sure to check back often and to check their other current items for sale. Then send them a message or check the product description to see if they offer discounted shipping on multiple orders.
6. Amazon. Don’t forget about the biggest online retailer, either! They’re also in the game when it comes to offering designer childrens clothes at a discount. Try searching by your favorite designer brand to see what you can come up with.
Find more posts on childrens clothing!